The Law School Admissions Guideby Law School Admissions.Org Inc., Robert Dev Bunn
The Law School Admissions Guide provides the tools for law school admission that cannot be found elsewhere. The purpose of this Guide is to increase your chances of getting into law school. Being accepted by a law school is highly difficult, and the numbers are against most applicants. The acceptance rate is very low, as low as 12% at some schools. However, the fact is that there is a law school for virtually everyone. The vast majority of students who are not admitted to law school failed to apply to the right schools. The Guide will show exactly what law schools to apply for that are likely to admit you. The Guide may be the most valuable tool you will ever have to get into law school. Law school is life altering. Don't miss the opportunity.
Do not take the risk of sending in your application until you learn how to increase your chances of acceptance. From tactics to help you do well on the LSAT to pitfalls you should watch out for when requesting letters of recommendation, this Guide helps you to create and finalize an application that law schools will evaluate as truly significant and worthy of special notice. Find out what you can do TODAY to help you increase your chances of getting admitted to law school!
The Guide was written with the intention of creating a concise and authoritative step-by-step guide to help make the entire admissions process one that is understandable and manageable. Included in the Guide is a timeline to help you stay organized.
The author of the Guide was accepted to numerous schools-including the school of his first choice. He provides his hindsight 20/20 perspective, so that you may benefit NOW-before you apply to law school-from the methodology set forth in this book, and from lessons he was only able to see and learn in hindsight.
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This book was far overpriced, and not nearly as good as Carol Wright's 'Ultimate guide to law school admissions.' My recommendation: don't buy it, it's just one guy who got in to law school and now wants to tell you how he screwed up. Well, if he knew what he shouldn't have done, then why'd he do it? So not worth the money to buy it or time to read it.